SpaceX ‘Inspiration 4’ Mission successful All four space tourists returned safely

American entrepreneur Elon Musk’s company SpaceX’s first space tourism mission has been a success. All four crew members returned safely to Earth. There were no astronauts on this space tour. Ordinary civilians were sent into space for the first time.

After a three-day space tour, all four crew landed in the Atlantic Ocean near Florida in the early hours of the morning. All four are safe.

SpaceX dubbed the mission ‘Inspiration 4’. As part of the mission, four astronauts were launched on September 16 by the Dragon Capsule. None of the four astronauts were astronauts. They were all ordinary citizens. For the first time, the entire crew went into space without astronauts. The ‘Inspiration 4’ crew had no involvement in the spacecraft flight. The expedition was conducted from the ground up.

All four passengers on Inspiration 4 flew into space from Florida. Three days later it landed in the Atlantic Ocean in Florida at 7 a.m. local time. The name SpaceX was raised in the sea for these space tourists. About an hour after the capsule landed, all four passengers came out.

The space tourists spent three days at an altitude of 160 km from the International Space Station. The astronauts included Jared Isaacman (38), Cyan Proctor (51), Hailey Acraneux (29) and Chris Sembrowski (42).

The cost of this space tour was borne by Jared Isaacman. Isaacman is the CEO of an e-commerce company. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

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